• October 5, 2022

Irvine Community Land Trust

Great Park Board and City Council Meeting Upcoming Items

The Great Park Board and Irvine City Council will be meeting this Tuesday, February 22, 2022. Here are some noteworthy items. Great Park Board Meeting Great Park Development Progress Report The Great Park Board meeting agenda has two business items. The first, as usual, is the monthly Great Park Development Progress Report. This month’s Report […]

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Opinion: Fivepoint Lobbyist Patrick Strader Serving on the Irvine Community Land Trust is Like a Fox Guarding a Hen House

When I hear the word “trust” in the name of an entity, it resonates with me. “Trust” is a strong word which speaks of confidence, reliability, and uprightness. It brings to mind honorable custodians of a sacred charge: people sworn to protect and advance interests beyond their own.  Perhaps the City of Irvine had something […]

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Irvine Community Land Trust Removes Vice-Chair Michael Stockstill

At the September 20, 2021, meeting of the Irvine Community Land Trust (ICLT), the Board voted to oust its Vice-president / Vice-Chair, Michael Stockstill. Mike Stockstill was first elected to the Board on June 17, 2019, and served on the Communications and Legislative subcommittee’s. Stockstill was then elected Vice-President / Vice-Chair on March 16, 2020, where […]

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Irvine Community Land Trust’s First For-Sale Homes Coming Soon

Sixty-eight homes available. Over 5,000 hopeful homeowners. At the June 21 Irvine Community Land Trust (ICLT) meeting, the ICLT board discussed the progress of what will be ICLT’s first for-sale housing development. All previous ICLT developments have been rentals. Over 5,000 people have registered as potential homeowners in this new townhome development. However, only sixty-eight […]

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May 2021 Irvine Community Land Trust Meeting

Something seems “somewhat off…” The Irvine Community Land Trust (ICLT), which works to bring affordable housing to Irvine, held its monthly public meeting on May 17, 2021 via Zoom. Most noteworthy was the proposed no-bid contract for CivicStone. The contract was unusual given the appearance of a possible conflict of interest, the urgency with which the […]

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Interest List Now Open for Sage Park Affordable Ownership Housing Development

Announcement from the City of Irvine An interest list is now open for the Sage Park Affordable Ownership Housing Development (Sage Park) located on Native Spring Road in Portola Springs, Irvine. The Sage Park interest list opened on Thursday, April 15, 2021 and will close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 30, 2021. Sage Park […]

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Irvine Community Land Trust Updates Including Affordable Housing in Portola Springs and Cypress Village

The Irvine Community Land Trust (Land Trust) is a non-profit affordable housing company. While it is not a city commission, it is 100% funded with taxpayer dollars, and the City of Irvine invests approximately $10 million in the organization annually. The Irvine Watchdog regularly monitors and reports on the Land Trust’s activities to ensure transparency, […]

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Irvine Community Land Trust Forum – Monday 10/19 at 7PM

The Irvine Community Land Trust Forum on Monday, October 19, at 7:00 p.m. The Irvine Community Trust (ICLT) will host a free one-hour informational event on the basics of affordable housing, Land Trusts 101, and an overview of the ICLT. The event is scheduled for Monday, October 19, at 7 p.m. on Zoom. For more […]

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Opinion: A Fresh Look at the Irvine Community Land Trust

The Irvine Watchdog has published a number of articles on the Irvine Community Land Trust (ICLT) in recent years. Some of the articles have been critical of controversial and legally questionable decisions made by the ICLT Board of Directors (Board) such as their decision on June 26, 2017 to amend their bylaws to exclude public […]

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New Affordable Housing Community Coming to Irvine

  The Irvine Community Land Trust (Land Trust) is growing their portfolio of affordable housing communities for our city with the addition of Native Spring, a 68-unit permanently affordable home ownership project located in Portola Springs, which goes before the Planning Commission for approval tonight. The Native Spring development is on property conveyed by the […]

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